Nearer to southern Thailand than India, the Andaman and neighbouring Nicobar Islands are Superyacht Cruising Gold.
One of the world’s newest cruising grounds, Cambodia requires a little effort to access, but the result is a very memorable experience.
The Lau Islands, with their weathered limestone forms above water and the teeming marine life beneath, make for perfect cruising.
Sabah, at the northern tip of Borneo, beckons yachts to The Land Beneath the Wind.
An increasing number of visiting yachts enjoy the waters and beaches around the southern Thai island of Phuket.
Boasting stunning clear water and magnificent marine life, the Maldives
is already a regular stop for many superyachts – and two new marinas
will boost the facilities and services for cruising visitors.
Canals are one of the most archaic yet tranquil ways of moving around Europe, with a trip along the Canal du Midi offering a window into the heartlands of southern...
Just 150nm northeast of Singapore and neighbouring Batam in Indonesia, the unspoiled Anambas Islands are quietly emerging as a stunning, secluded cruising destination.
Lying more than 800km from the nearest land mass, Palau is not the sort of place you’re likely to visit on a whim.
Indonesia-based phinisi Dunia Baru made the long...
Myanmar’s Mergui Archipelago is just north of Phuket but a world apart, offering a serene journey through a world of untouched islands, clear waters and sea gypsies.